FUD Zilla saw internal Intel documents that reveal 64 percent of the chip maker's processors for OEMs will still be 65nm in Q3 2008.
A 45nm production is ramping up but obviously not as fast as you would expect it. In the retail market, this number is much smaller as tech conscious consumers are rather picking up the 45nm parts.
Intel Pentium dual-core processor 2000 series (65nm) dual core are predominant in this chart with 33% of market share, but this is something you could easily expect as this CPU is incredibly affordable.
Intel Core 2 Duo E4000 and E6000 series, dual cores at 65nm, have a big piece of the pie with 12 percent or market shade but with tendency to drop to one percent in Q2 2009.